Tuesday, August 11, 2009


A million thanks to all the Chicagoans that came to the Hungry Brain last night! Our apologies to everyone that was left waiting outside, the bar was mobbed with a throng of Terrible people and the show reached capacity before it even started.

For all those who couldn't make it, here's a little taste of what you missed: EIT's first ever FOUR-minute movie! "Stunt Rock" was so jam packed with explosions, wizards, and mysterious dudes in hoods we just couldn't bear to cut it down any more.


marahe said...

why does that woman keep a hanging basket full of eggs? those can't be safe.

Elizabeth McQuern said...

My boyfriend and I were there last night and we had a great time. Thanks for all the terrible!

John said...

I heard during the filming of the movie, when one stunt man would get tired they would have to bring in more stunt rock.

Mister Pants said...

Oh man, I though we were talking about Stunt Rock--the artist from Cock Rock Disco.

Well, let's talk about him anyways.



He actually makes a pretty good audio interpretation of what EIT makes me see.

touched.by.an.grinder said...

Check out some other choice moments from the canon of Director Brian Trenchard-Smith, such as this amazing brothel fight scene:

The Man From Hong Kong is actually a lot of fun. Tarantino is a huge fan of this guy.

Adam said...

I could've gone for about eighty-six more minutes of that movie. Making a phone call on a high wire off a land line? I don't think I've ever seen anything so cool in my life!

Anonymous said...

I could not believe the crowd. It was well worth it. My friends and I LOVED IT! We will be back to see this one again.
The band Sorcery were cool too.
Comment from: James Meyers

laird said...

Don't forget to buy the officially released Stunt Rock DVD next week.

Anonymous said...

The girl at 3:37 looks like Jodi Foster.

Anonymous said...

I've seen that entire movie before (thank you, Alamo Drafthouse Ritz), and believe you-me, it is phenomenal. It just keeps going on and on and on and on... and don't forget the music! By the legendary rock band SORCERYYYY!!! Haha, so much awesome cheese.